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#14 Race.


This year of Covid 19 has often felt like running a race with no finish line in sight.

Many of us have had to draw on reserves of patience and perseverance we never knew we had.

Now with genuine hope for life getting back to something like normal, Matt reflects on what this year has taught us about resilience.

And what unexpected gifts we might take into our post-lockdown existence.

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dunbaryouthworker
Mar 01, 2021

The last 3 miles of a marathon are the longest. Sore, tired, chaffing and almost out of juice. That's where we are as we limp to the line. But as experience tells me, it's best to keep some in the tank just in case they add an extra mile or two or you take a wrong turn. Persevere but keep it steady until you're over the line.

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Matt Woodcock
Mar 01, 2021
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And if anyone knows about marathons it's you! Running machine!

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